1 Kings 19:16, 19-21
Elijah is told by the Lord to go and find Elisha and anoint him as his successor.

Galatians 5:1, 13-18
Christ has set us free; therefore we are to stand firm and no longer submit to the yoke of slavery.

Luke 9: 51-62
Anyone called by the Lord to follow him is instructed not to come up with any excuses, but simply to follow.

Zechariah 12: 10-11, 13:1
The life and ministry of Christ are foretold by Zechariah, including his execution

Galatians 3: 26-29
All are one in Jesus Christ.

Luke 9: 18-24
Jesus confirms his divinity and warns that he and his followers will be persecuted before being glorified by God.

1 Kings 17: 17-24
Elijah restores to life the son of a woman who has offered him hospitality.

Galatians 1: 11-19
Even before his birth, Paul has been enlisted by God as an apostle to the Gentiles.

Luke 7: 11-7
In the town of Nain Jesus restores a widow’s only son to life.

2 Samuel 12: 7-10. 13
King David recognises his sins, which have shown contempt for God.  Yet God will forgive him.

Galatians 2: 16. 19-21

Paul says that if the law could have saved us there would have been no point in Christ’s death upon the cross.

Luke 7:36 – 8:3
Jesus shows how the greatest sinner, when forgiven by God, can show the greatest love.

Genesis 14: 18-20
Melchizedek, as priest of God Most High, brings bread and wine.

1 Corinthians 11: 23-26
Jesus offers his disciples bread and wine as a memorial of himself.

Luke 9: 11-17
Jesus blesses the loaves and fish and hands them to his disciples to distribute among the crowd.